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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1901.
II0GA1 AND PERSONAL I
A .little dreaming bj the way,
A little toiling day by day.
A little pain a little strife,
A Utile joy-and that is life.
-PAUL LAWBXKCK DUNBAR.
Typhoid fever I
Clean oat your well good.
Keep your back yards cleaned.
Tomorrow is the 4th of July.
How are yon going to celebrate ?
" Mention architect, if yon can
find out who he ie.
We are glad to state that Mr.
Charlie Griffin is better.
Hrs. Lizzie Folk is very ill at her
home in Buncombe.
The moon was fall on Monday
no t ?f dispensary, however.
-^-.-Blaekbernas axe rather scarce
and inferior thia summer.
- Ex-Representative J. L. Smith
waa in town on Monday.
A. F. Broadwater was in town
on Monday. Grass all killed.
Min Tillie Youngblood is at j
home for the som.'uer.
Mri. Sophie Killebrew is visit,
ing relatives in Edge field.
s Mr. Barron Holmes, of Charles
ton, was in Edgefield this week.
Mr. Hoi Holmes is in Edgefield,
where he will spend some time.
Wheat at 75 cen ta and oats at
35 cents seems to ns very cheap.
O. Sheppard, Esq., paid a busi
ness trip to Charleston last week.
Pxesident A. E. Padgett is, we
hope, a little better thia morning.
Miss Sadie Davis is attending
the summer school at Converge.
i The Edgefield banks will be
closed tomorrow, July 4th-legal
. There's ? dead cat in the well.
He j umped in before he was mori
A Presbyterian church will be
erected in the near future in our
neigboring town, Saluda.
Misa Jane Nicholson goes aa a j
Missionary to Shanghai, China, in
the carly fail.
And "nary" single cotton bloom
; in til the whole county of Edge
field by July 4th ?
Misa Louise Anderson, of Hen
v d ergonville, S. C., is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Kate Folk.
Professor Buist, of Winthrop
college, visited his sister. Mrs.
Anderson, at Mrs. W. H. Duno
Paul Gibson, one of Edgefield's
Atlanta yoong men, is visiting his
mother and sister in oar town.
Wallace Sheppard, now an alum
nos of the Virginia Military Acad
emy, is st home again.
The board of County Commis*
sioners is in session at this writ
ing (Tuesday afternoon).
We were glad to see Mr. J. A. j
Timmermau on the streets this
week, after his illness.
M. P. Wells, Esq., is considered
the most expert type writer in the j
town of Edgefield.
e Mr. and Mrs. Bragg Jones h a v.
returned to Edgefield from a trip
to Atlanta, Georgia.
The colorad people will no doubt
enjoy their foutb of July celebra
tion at the academy tomorrow.
Mr. W. F. Dobey, of Aiken, and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doboy, of
Parkville were in town Saturday.
Mr. 6. D. Tillman, of Sumter, visit
ed his brother, Col. James H. Tillman,
of oar town, last week.
For Sale-Six fine grade milch cows, |
all fresh to milk. Also 30 floe 2-year
old ewes. THOS. H. RAINSFOUD.
Edgefield C. Ii, S C.
Mrs. Lillian Billings and ber
lib le daughter, May, of Washing
ton, D. C., spent a few days in
Edgefield with relatives laut week.
Mrs. L W. Fowler and daugh
ter, Misa Elberta Bland, are visit
ing Mrs. Fowler's parente in north
Honorable Jasper Talbert made
the literary addresp before the ?
Getsinger Commercial College in
Sparenburg laat week.
Mr. Wigfall Cheatham, of the
Chronicle, is attending the Prose
Association at Glonn Springs. We |
wish him a pleasant tims.
Twenty dollars and fifty cents was
contributed and forwarded to the I
Jacksonville sufferers by the citizens
of ?dgefleld receqtly.
?he iain Monday morning of J
thia week.was all that ooold be]
desired. It fell jost at the right j
time and in the right quantity.
X have a new line of Waltham
and Elgin watches at very low
figures. Also a complete line of
speotaole goods. GEO. F. MIKS,
Over Bank of Edgefield.
Mr. D. B. Hollingsworth an
nounces to the public that his,
threshing days are Taeaday,Thars- ?
days and Saturdays at his gin.'
The patronage of the public is so
?cited. j 12
The proceeds of the en ter ta
ment for the benefit of the 1
worth orphanage, given by
Methodist ladi< s, amounted
Major W. W. Adams has beg
the framing of his handsome i
bomb to be erected on the sa
site from which be removed
Tillman and McLauriu will
invited to speak at Saluda on J\
28th, at the fifth anniversary
the laying of the corner stone
the Court House.
Ou Monday morning of ti
weak, at six o'clock, Mrs. Pa
Williams died at tho County Al
House. Mrs. Williams was f
merly a Miss Roper.
The colored baseball teams
Graceville and Edgefield orosi
bats on the Orangeville diamo
Saturday evening. The score vi
reported 5 and 6, in favor of t
Miss Elsie Carwile, who sp<
several years in Edgefield ai
teacher, is visiting Mrs. R.
Clnacy, of Savannah, formel
Miss Ethel Boatwright, of I
Mr. Wallace Prescott, who 1
been studying in the textile^ i
p ar tm en t of Gie m BOU college, 1
returned home. His many frier
n Edgefield are glad to see h
iu town this week.
James H. Kennely, once t
popular clerk in the mercanti
establishment of Mr. Cobb, is
home for the summer. He is i
ways a welcome guest in his c
The many friends of the poll
and accommodating clerk of M
Penn's drug store, Mr. Jam
Byrd, are glad to ser him at i
post dispensing drinks-non-i
toxicating and ice cold, howers
He has just recovered from an a
tack of measles.
Revenne stamps are no long
required on checks, telegrams, e:
press receipts, proprietary med
cines, perfumery, certain kg:
documents and postal money o
ders. In a great many other ii
stances where there will not be ei
tire removal of revenue there wi
be a reduction.
There were preacbiug service
in three of our town churches o
Sunday morning lust. Generali
the fifth Sunday finds most of ot
pulpits vacant. At the Mill Chaj
el, Rev. Mr. Burton preached ; a
the Presbyterian, Rev. Eugen
Stewart filled his appointmen
and Dr. L. R. Gwaltuey preache
at the Baptist church.
Rev. Mr. Burton, who has been con
ducting the meeting at the Hill, wei
from here to Greenwood to attend tb
meeting of the trustees of the Conni
Maxwell orphanage. 0. Sheppan
Esq., as one of the trust?es of tbat it
atitution, also .attends that meetin
? this week.
7JX^e^ndenr-f?1 The Stat
has the following to say of a youn
man well known in Edgefiield, no\
cashier bf the Bank of Batesburg
"Whit. Watson is away from towi
on a wedding trip-not his own
howevor, this time, but perhapi
that later, and not much late
Dr. Pell, of the Presbyterial
College for Women, Columbia, of
fera a scholarship to any Presby
terian girl in Edgefield county
The examination will take plac?
at Edgefield, July 12th, and wil
be conducted by the Rev. Eugen?
Stewart, pastor of the Presbyterial
The old Macedouia church bel
bas been placed in the steeple o
the new church, and under Sewel
Smith's skilful hands the'churel
will soon be completed and thc
bell peal forth to invite the mem<
bers and congregation to meet ii
their own house of worship again
The zeal of the colored sisters it
to be commended. They have un
dertt ken to raise enough money
to place all the windows in the
new church, and by all honest
means, are succeeding admirably
in their undertaking.
Mrs. James H. Tillman has been
appointed chairman of Edgefield
county to get up an exhibit foi
the Woman's Department of the
Charleston Exposition. Several
committees will be appointed by
the chairman latei on. Had the
Woman's Department searched
throughout this eounty^one better
suited for this responsible posi
tion could not have been found.
Mrs. Tillman is full of that steadi
ness of purpose and well regulated
enthusiasm which will make her
succeed in whatever she under
takes. All the ladies should take
an interest in this exhibit.
Professor Bailey, of Edgefield,
is off on one of his vacation trips,
and called to see his friends in
Greenville. He will join a party
and go on a mountain jaun', for
several weeks. He never forgets
to say a good word for the South
Carolina Co-Educational Insti
tue, and he says the prospects for
a prosperous session were never
Brother L. B. White, of John
ston, spent a few days in Green
ville the past week as the gu.ist of
Dr. Bailey. Brother White is pas
tor of several churches in Saluda
county, and is greatly beloved by
the people whom he serves. It was
bis first visit to Greenville, and
he expressed himself as very well
pleased with our beautiful moun
tain city.-Baptist Courier.
Religious Herald: According
to the Raleigh News and Observer,
the Wake Forest valedictorian this
seesion was a poor student, who
could not afford to board with the
other college boys, but bought his
own rations and cooked them. It
is said that his record was the best
ever as the college. Look at this,
ye ambitions yonng men, and take
courage. If your heart hungers
for an education', launch out cour
There has been much specula
tion as to who would be appoiuted
president of the cotton factory to
fill the vacancy caused the re
signation of Mr, Fisher. We vio
late no confidences iii saying -that
D. A. Tompkins will remain at the
h??ad of this enterprise in tho fn
ture as he has been in the pa?t. A
number of citizens predicted that
A. S. Tompkins, Esq.. would be
appointed president to succeed
Mr. Fisher. Arthur, however,
prefers his first love, the law, in
which be is making rapid r.trides
In the Interlude, the Woman's
edition of the News and Courier,
pup?8hed in the interest of the
Exposition, is an article from the
pen of Miss Helen Morris Lewis, a !
sister of Mrs. S. M. McGowan Sim
kins, of Edgefield. who has fre
quently visited here. This article
deplores the loss of the old-time
woman who always met their hus
bands at the door with a smile and
lived at home. But she blames
the men of the age for their loss.
She says that men themselves have
called women out of their natural
sphere of home, by wishing to be
cheered cn by their smiles in more
public life. They undertake few
great enterprises nowadays with
out their assistance, and thus
often make vacant the cheerful
hearthstone of home.
An Excellent Sermon.
The Rev, E. M. Stewart preach
ed in the Presbyterian cnurch last
Sabbath morning, as announced
in last issue. Those of us who
had not had the pleasure of hear
ing Mr. Stewart, were charmed
with him. His discourse and
manner, with his extreme affabili
ty, outside the pulpit, leave noth
ing to bo desired. We predict that
he will bb very popular in Edge
field; indeed, be is already. H?s
will preach in the same church
again next Sabbath.
President Fisher Resigned.
. President C. H. Fisher has re
signed as president of the Edge
field Manufacturing company, in
effect July 1st, last Monday. The
new president, a gentleman from
North Carolina, will be elected on
the 6th inst. This gentleman haB
Your Choice of balam
AT AND BELOW C<
SEE OUR Ladies Oxf or
and Men's Oxf or <
They are the correct fo<
Our unlined Serge Ceatf
*a?r^.-.. ~-??- ; '?drrayo n-fa 1,1 -tiaaortmcn
Let us show you.
a family of five children, and will,
of course, move to Edgefield. We
are not privileged to give his name
yet. Mr. Fisher has been elected
vice-president of the D. A. Tomp
kins company, of Charlotte.
Auf Wiedersehen Club.
The Meeting of tho Auf Wieder
sehen club will take place this af
ternoon at Mrs. Fisher's.
The following is the program :
Sketch of life and works of Mathew
Grunewald, and Altbrecht Altdorf, bv
Mrs. Susie Hill.
Reading Nial's Saga, by Mrs. Mamie
Song from German composer-Mrs.
Sxeteh of Van De Velde, and Angel
ica Kauffman-Mrs. Helen Sheppard.
Reading The Power of Song, Schil
ler-Mrs. Florence Mims.
Current Events-Mrs. Carolyn Hai
ti wan ger.
Presbyterian Church Directory.
E. M. STEWART, Pastor,
Preaching each month as follows :
EnoEFiELD-1st Sabbath at ll
a m and 8:30 p m. 3rd Sabbath
ll a m. Sunday school every
Sabbath at 10 a m.
TRENTON-2nd Sabbath: 4:30 p
m. 4th Sabbath ll a m.
JOHNSTON-2nd Sabbath ll a m.
4th Sabbath 8:30 p m.
ROPERS-3rd Sabbath 3 :80 p m
"Niggers in de Barn.1
Two niggers wuz in de barn er
shelliu'en er shuckin' coru; one
wuz shellin' en de yudder shuckin'.
One say ter do yudder
"Mo' rain, more res'.
All fair wedder ain't de bes'."
Dey Master wuz er stannin' be
nin' de do a listenen ter see how
dey workin'. He say what dat you
say ? O said dey we wuz jes sain':
"Mo' rain, mo grass
De mo' it rain de longer it las' ".
Capt. John KinBler, another old
soldier, of Richland county, in his
74th-year of age, died at his home
about 15 miles from Columbia last
week. In August, 1861, he enlist
ed in Riohlaud Rifles, afterwards
Company D, 12th South Carolina
volunteers,and ' e?anie2d lieuten
ant. In 1862 ha was made captain
of the compauy and thus served
until the cluse of the war.
The property of the Lancaster
and Chester railroad company,
heretofore assessed for taxes at $1,
750 per mile, has been recently as
sessed at $2,500 per mile.
Dan Roach killed his father-in
law, Rev. Patrick Chambers, last
week with an axe.
A PROFIT SHARING
Is what you become when you deprsit your
savings with our Saviugs Department. Fonr
per cent interest paid on Savings. Interest
compounded twice a year. Now is the time
to begin and thc easiest way is to send us $1.00
or larger sums; you will rece ive a receipt
book by return mail. (This is the true way to
Saviup Dej't Eplai Trost Co.,
JOS. B. CUMMING, President.
CHAS. G. GOODRICH, vice-President.
ALBERTS, HATCH, Sec'ry & Treas.
WM. H. BARETT, Attorney.
JOHN W. DICKEY,
ROBERT W. SHAND,
GEO. E. GOODRICH.
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Yes, you ! What
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;e of our Straw Hats
DST while they last.
ds and Strap Slippers
ls and Southern Ties
)twear for these warm days.
3 are cool and dressy.
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send 50c to A. B. Girardeau, Savannah,
ia One Day.
J The hot days are unbearable
why torture yourself when j
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^NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 5C to $1.
jUNDERWEAR 25c. per garmej
FOR LADIES : We hi
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? * * Edgefiel
Oldest aofl Largest Co-Eflnc
Next Session Begins Thurs
Over 300 students enrolled tuis s
Young men under strictly milita
of 18 College ard University gradu
Course leading to the degrees of B
vantage offered in the Departments
Four magnificent, well ? quipped
recently spent in improvements.
From $100 to $140 covers expens;
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167 Boarders. No others can be
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If.you contemplate attending ou;
catalogue and application blank to
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THE HOME GOLD CURE.
An^Tfngenious Troatment by
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The ''HOME GOLD CURE" is sold at the
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All correspondence strictly confi
College of Charleston.
College of Charleston, Charleston,
S. C was founded in 1785, has strong
faculty; well equipped chemical phy
sical, and biological laboratories; ob
servatory; library of 14,000 volumes;
and tho finest museum of natural his
tory in the south. B. A., B. S., and M.
A. coursed offered..
Tuition $40, payable in two install
ments. Board in College Dormitory
can be obtained at S10 a month. One
scholarship, giving free tuition, is as
signed ts Edgefleld county, the holder
to be appointed by the Judge of Pro
bate and the County Superintendent
of Education. AU candidatas for ad
mission are permitted to compete for
vacant Boyce scholarships, which pay
$150 a year. Entrance examinations
will be held in Edgefleld, on July 12,
1901, by tho County Superintendent
and Jud^e of Probate. Next session
opens September 30, 1901. For cata
logue, address the president
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle, showing that
it is simply Iron und Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GBOVE'S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
No cure-no pay. Price 50o
with heavy garments on ;
'ou can purchase suitable
; light in weight but
00 best made,
at and upward.
ive an elegant assortment of Shirt
som & co.,
838 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA'
d, S. O, * * *
atioiial College io the State.
day, September 27,1901.
ession, representing 10 States,
ry discipline, Faculty composed
ates-8 men. Thorough Literary
. E., B. S. and A. B Superior ad
I of Music, Art and Business,
buildings. Thousands of dollars
is in Literary Department for the
accommodated this session. 27
ce January 3d.
r college next session, write for
EDGEFIEI2D , S. G
t fi f,.> : 'j^ . ".; . .
We are prepared to do
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Masonic work of all
kinds a specialty.
-Edgefleld Advertiser Print
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'Augusta and Ashville Short Line.
Schedule in effect Jan. 17, 1901.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1130 pm
Ar Anderson.... 7 30pm .
Ar Lauren*.... 116pm V 00 a in
Ar Greenville.. 2 55 p m 'j 46 a m
Ar Glenn Sp'gs....4 05 pm .
Ar Spf. rt an hui g.. 3 00pm S 00 a in
ArjSaluda.... 6 23 pm
Ar Henderson ville 551 p m
Ar Ashville.700 pm .
JCiV Aehv ll*.... 820 am .
/JV Spart mburg ll 45 a m 4 10pm
Lv Greenville....ll 55a m 4 00pm
ArLaurens.... 130pm 7 00pm
Lv Andi ?son. 6 35 a ra
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28 p m 5 10 p m
Ar Augusta.... 605pm 1048 am
Ar Savannah.... 5 55am
Lv Cilhioun Falls 4 44 p m
ArRaeigh.... 2 16am
Ar Non >lk.... 7 30am
Ar Fite, jburg... .6 00 a m
Av Rieb nond.... 8 15 a m
.ii in gu s ta. 3 55 p m
A.. Allendale. 5 68pm
.? Fairfax. 6 12 p m
" Ye mass?e. 7 26pm
.* Beat.fort. 8 16pm
* Port Royal. 8 25pm
u Charleston. 6 Ki a m
* Port Royal. 7 3<>a m
" Beaufort. 7 45 am
" Yemassee. 8 40 a m
" Fairfax. 9 4^ a m
? Allendale. 9 53 am
Ar Augusta. ll 56 a m
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ail points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
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them to you.
The finest selection of Sheet Music ever seen in this section, come
and look through our line of classical and operatic vocal and instru
And last, if the sad necessity* ever comes to you or yours when
you shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and en
tire line of Undertakers' Goods are at your services.
You are cordially invited to visit my store and let us snowdon
anything you wish to see or hear.
G-, I?. COB "S3 .
JOHNSTON, S. C,
For HOLIDAY PRESENTS-For EVERY DAY USE I
Tile Lamp of Steady Habits
Tho lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause vou
to u?u l?..d language ; the lauip that looks good when
j on get it und snys good ; the lamp that you never witt?
Ingly part with, once you have it ^ that's
'Cfte JNfew Rochester*
Oth r lamps may lia oCferwl youas'*Jnstasp;ood"
Ute?may be, losome respect*, hut for all around good
ness, there'd only one. The Xew Rochester. To make
sure the lamp offered you im-emiine, look for''the name
on it ; every lamp has it. (30J Varieties.)
Old Lamps >Xndo New.
Weean lill every lump want. No matter whether you j
wanta new lamp or stove, on old one repaired or rettc- ?
ished, a vase mounted or other make of lamp transform'
cd into a New Rochester, wo au? do Jt?
send vou literature on the .sui>j?*ct.
Wc are SPECIALISTS in thc treatment of diseases
Lamps, Consultation FRbfi.
H'wfccHt**. TU? ROCHESTER LAMP CO.,3S r?* Pl?e *33 st., Be?M.
Augusta Marble and Stone Works
Corner Wa$hin$ton?and Ell?8?Street? 'AUGUSTS ?GA
lirais ol all ids lie of lari or Granite
STONE WORK NEATLY DONE.
Estimates for all classes of work in If arble and Stone solicited, and.cheer
0. F. KOHLRUSS, Prop'r